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post #3241 of 4008 Old 08-23-2013, 02:38 PM
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I hate my km2s. My 37s measure out at just over 35" tall. Bull****. Never buying BFG again.
They work though, you can't argue that.

But for the silly money, they should measure 36 loaded like every other 37 on the market.

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My 35's measure 33.75 with 26psi, would probably be 34 if I aired them correctly.

Ive heard that the 37 though measures small, shoulda gone kevlar

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My 35's measure 33.75 with 26psi, would probably be 34 if I aired them correctly.

Ive heard that the 37 though measures small, shoulda gone kevlar
Yeah my km2 measure about 34" When aired to 33 psi. I do like the tire on road and off so far but I've only had them a month. I think I might go to a 37" cooper discoverer STT next.

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They work though, you can't argue that.

But for the silly money, they should measure 36 loaded like every other 37 on the market.
Street performance sucks, tread depth is stupid and they're small. Those are my beefs. Otherwise they're great. If I could get them in an accurate size for an actual reasonable price.

Toyos are next for me.

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Street performance sucks, tread depth is stupid and they're small. Those are my beefs. Otherwise they're great. If I could get them in an accurate size for an actual reasonable price.

Toyos are next for me.
I've been really happy with the 37" toyos on the TJ...still like the mickeys better, but for the $$$...
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Yeah my km2 measure about 34" When aired to 33 psi. I do like the tire on road and off so far but I've only had them a month. I think I might go to a 37" cooper discoverer STT next.
I've never had much success with Coopers. I like the fact that they are made in USA, but they don't wear very well, and don't really work very well off road either.

You should always research the tire you want before buying. If it doesn't measure the true height ( which most don't ) buy a bigger size if that height is what you're looking for. Nitto is usually accurate but they are heavier than most. Kevler MTRs are accurately sized, or atleast mine were., and 37s were 10 lbs each lighter than Nittos of the same size

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Pitbulls are also true to size, but heavy as well. They work all season for me.

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I've never had much success with Coopers. I like the fact that they are made in USA, but they don't wear very well, and don't really work very well off road either.

You should always research the tire you want before buying. If it doesn't measure the true height ( which most don't ) buy a bigger size if that height is what you're looking for. Nitto is usually accurate but they are heavier than most. Kevler MTRs are accurately sized, or atleast mine were., and 37s were 10 lbs each lighter than Nittos of the same size
How are the MTR Kevlar's with daily driving? Rain, snow and dry pavement?
I should have just went with a 37" KM2 then that would have been closer to a 35" tire. Lol, awful how small the KM2's run!

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They suck at wearing, mine wouldn't balance for ****. Awesome Offroad though. I won't be getting another pair of them.

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They suck at wearing, mine wouldn't balance for ****. Awesome Offroad though. I won't be getting another pair of them.
Agreed, had 35's on both the WJ and the JK ans they all wobbled a little bit.. which meant alot of wobble all together. KILLER offroad though, never doubted them one bit, but street driving was sub par. KM2's are a great overall balance for a DD IMO

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